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Open and Affordable Course Materials

Spring 2022 Workshops

Come hear and learn from colleagues across campus describe their experiences with using Open or Affordable course materials. Speakers will present on their course and answer questions then program managers for the Open and Affordable Course Materials Awards program will be on hand to overview the Awards program, answer questions, and direct participants to further resources and next steps.

Friday, February 11, 2PM, Andrew Hermann and Thomas Townsend, Arts & Sciences, Fundamentals of Communications

Friday, March 4, 2PM, Lori Meier, Clemmer College, Social Studies Education in Multicultural Society

Friday, April 1, 2PM, Patrick Brown, College of Public Health, Anatomy & Physiology

Learn about Open Educational Resources (OER) and Affordable course materials and see how you can integrate them into your courses. Also learn about OA Awards and other institutional support. 

The cost of textbooks has become a significant barrier to student success and learning. The goal of the ETSU Open and Affordable Awards Program is to encourage instructor experimentation and innovation in finding new, better, and less costly ways to deliver learning materials to their students through Open and Affordable course materials in ETSU classrooms. 

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